Must-Have Accessories for Traveling (Even in Europe)

Must-Have Accessories for Traveling (Even in Europe)

2. TravelRight Advanced Digital Luggage Scale

Thankfully  I have never been caught with oversized baggage. But nowadays, even with cabin luggages you are only allowed up to 10kg. Before investing in one of these babies, I used the bathroom scales to weigh my bags. Of course that's not the most clever things you could do. After a few sore toes and a broken back, I finally bought myself one of these. A sturdy and reliable weighing scale that also has an alarm system that allows you to know the weight of your bag without having to read it. A real back-saver!

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